2 edition of Recent books & pamphlets about Washington received by the Washington State Library in 1979 found in the catalog.
Recent books & pamphlets about Washington received by the Washington State Library in 1979
Washington State Library.
|Other titles||Recent books and pamphlets about Washington received by the Washington State Library in 1979.|
|LC Classifications||Z1347 .W38 1980, F891 .W38 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||80624427|
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A group from Boston and Cambridge, MA responded by raising $4, and purchased the books for the Boston Athenaeum (along with items to accompany the collection). This collection comprises the major portion of George Washington's library as we know it today. Other Washington books were sold at auctions in and in the early s. The Center for the Book's April , , program about the history of the "Rivers of America" book series (65 titles, published between ), led to the recent gift to the Library by Carol and Jean Fitzgerald of their "Rivers of America" archives (see p. 4).
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In the interest of children - a century of progress.
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I wrote and illustrated this book, which is from Sterling Publishing. It's full of fun stories for older kids and a simple holiday song for younger readers. In the book two cousins travel all through Washington state having loads of fun along the way.
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History Washington State Library (WSL) began this project informally in when Pierce County Library donated the leftover books from their first Community Reads program to us. A few years later the Ellensburg librarian Debbie DeSoer (now retired) proposed that we should “formalize” the program with the public library directors.
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GPO Office: Seattle, WA Files: S. For the past 10 years, I have been teaching a seminar at Georgetown entitled, Recent Books on the Constitution, in which the students spend two Author: Randy Barnett.
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It was over two centuries late, but a copy of a library book George Washington borrowed was returned yesterday to a New York library.
The former president borrowed The Law of. Washington State by Charles Pierce LeWarne and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Washington State: Third Edition by Lewarne, Charles Pierce - AbeBooks.
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